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Can I Chew Gum After Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Nov 15, 202315 Views

If you had wisdom tooth removal recently or have one coming up, it is crucial to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your dentist. Your mouth has a literal open wound, which needs proper care and time to heal. Therefore, you will have to wait a week or so before returning to your usual routine. Activities such as eating, drinking, and even chewing gums have their limitations until the site is okay. Many people have the question: can I chew gum after wisdom teeth removal? Keep reading to find out.

Tooth Sensitivity After Crown: Causes, Time-Span & Helpful Tips

Oct 30, 2023343 Views

If you recently received a dental crown, chances are you might be experiencing slight discomfort. It is not easy to become accustomed to a new object, even if it is a dental restoration, in your mouth. However, tooth sensitivity after the crown is nothing out of the ordinary; your tooth might hurt when it comes in contact with something hot or cold. In this blog, we will talk about the possible reasons it happens and when you can expect the sensitivity to go away.

Does Dry Mouth Increase the Risk of Tooth Decay

Oct 15, 2023220 Views

Do you diligently maintain oral care but still struggle with tooth decay and cavities? Chances are, you may be dealing with a dry mouth. Many people do not realize that dry mouth could be a potential cause of cavities, but the salivary flow is crucial for preventing dental carries. You can significantly enhance your oral health by improving saliva production, as it helps protect your mouth from harmful bacteria and reduces the onset of cavities. So, does dry mouth increase the risk of tooth decay? We will discuss it in this blog.

Five Things to Know Before Starting Invisalign Treatment

Sep 15, 2023256 Views

Are you considering Invisalign treatment for your misaligned teeth? Metal braces have been the sole treatment for ages, but now we have clear aligners. If you are eligible for Invisalign, they can be pretty beneficial, straightening your teeth in a discreet manner.

What Are the Symptoms of Gum Disease?

Jul 30, 2023668 Views

Have you heard of gum disease? The antagonist silently sabotages our smiles, exhibiting signs that, unfortunately, many of us notice a little late. The harmful condition occurs when bacteria strike the periodontal tissue, causing an infection that eats away your gums. You can prevent the pesky infection from harming your oral health by keeping an eye out for the possible indicators of its presence. So, what are the symptoms of gum disease? Read this blog for a thorough discussion on this topic.

What Is Included in a Smile Makeover?

Jul 15, 2023518 Views

Picture this: symmetry, radiance, brightness, and confidence blended together to make up your smile, lighting up any room you enter. When you enter the realm of smile makeovers, the dream of an ideal smile becomes tangible.

Keeping Up With the Hollywood Smile: 5 Ways to Care for Your Porcelain Veneers

Jun 30, 2023843 Views

Did you finally invest in a dazzling smile? Porcelain veneers are promising wafer-thin covers that hide stains, gaps, cracks, and any other physical defects on your tooth. Within one or two appointments, veneers drastically transform your teeth into an eye-catching set of pearls. So, if you are planning to opt for this procedure, carry on reading this blog to learn five effective ways to care for your porcelain veneers!


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